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  • n. Alternative spelling of dreidel.

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Examples

  • Cause we can spin a dreidl with captain kirk as well as mr. spock -- both jewish!

    Adam Sandler Hanukkah Song - Video, Lyrics : emusicality.com

  • From now on the image of the cast lead dreidl will be associated with the lead of armaments and the violence of Operation Cast Lead.

    Hannukah and Operation Cast Lead: One Year Later

  • Cause you can spin the dreidl with captain kirk and mr. spock--both jewish!

    Hitchens hates Hanukkah.

  • You know, like it might be the day that you sing “Happy Holiday to You,” blow out the menorahs on a pumpkin pie, exchange boxes of gelt, and then play spin the tail on the dreidl until midnight when three wise snowmen riding on a red-nosed reindeer fling Champagne bottles full of flaming frankincense and myrrh at your front door.

    Gaucho Grill - Having Nothing to Do with Anything. Or Something.

  • When you start noticing the leaves changing color, or find yourself decorating a Christmas tree or spinning a dreidl, then you can legitimately start worrying if you have waited too long.

    Author! Author! » 2006 » July

  • "Dreidl, dreidl, dreidl, I made it out of clay, it contains a secret code for partisan fighters parachuting behind enemy lines today."

    My life as a woman

  • I wish I were more excited, but Whitney's This comes from the British press and a member of the Jackson family, so there may be more spin here than in a Hanukkah dreidl, but make of it what you will:

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • "I love where Jewish culture intersects with pop culture," Klug reveals, confessing she has collected a lot of Jewish tchachkes over the years that somehow made their way into the book (including a Curious George dreidl).

    California Literary Review

  • This comes from the British press and a member of the Jackson family, so there may be more spin here than in a Hanukkah dreidl, but make of it what you will:

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

  • Sure, the actor's mention in association with this saga is tenuous and tangential, but Extra Mustard helpfully reminds us that that the connection goes a wee bit deeper, with Barry Bonds having appeared on This comes from the British press and a member of the Jackson family, so there may be more spin here than in a Hanukkah dreidl, but make of it what you will:

    Entertainment Weekly's PopWatch

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